Girl with dental deformity is now completely unrecognizable after transformation

If you looked in the mirror right now, what would you see looking back at you? Would you be happy with what your saw? Would you want to change anything about the person staring back at you? Thanks to social media, we have now become a society that dissects every little detail about ourselves. We follow these seemingly perfect models and actresses on social media, and we compare them to ourselves. We wonder whether we could change our hair to look like theirs, buy the exact same outfits, or copy makeup they use in order to replicate their life.

In fact, some people go one step further and permanently alter their appearance through cosmetic surgery. In 2017 alone, a whopping 2 million people went under the knife for invasive treatments such as breast augmentation and tummy tucks, and a further 15 million people spent their hard-earned money on filling their lips with fillers and treating their wrinkles with Botox. Yet, people don’t stop there. Now that Hollywood is filled with dazzling smiles, dentists across the world are finding that more and more people are attempting to whiten their teeth to look just like their favorite celebrities.

However, it’s important to realize that people don’t always have the choice. Many people are born with medical conditions every single year, and have to go under the knife for the sake of their mental and physical health. This is also the case for those who are born with complications to their mouth and their teeth, whether that be a dental abnormality or a jaw deformity. One girl knows all about living with this kind of deformity, but she has since had surgery that has changed her life forever. In fact, she’s now completely unrecognizable…

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Every year, the number of people choosing to change their appearance through cosmetic surgery increases. They might want the Kylie Jenner’s lips, Heidi Klum’s legs, or Kim Kardashian’s backside. Whatever they want to do to their body, you can almost guarantee that there’s a surgeon out there who’ll do it for them. Yet, there are many people who need to go under the knife due to a medical condition that affects part of their anatomy. After one girl with a dental deformity had the opportunity to have surgery, she had no idea her life would change forever…

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